The wine for royal wedding ceremony of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Prince Harry and his fiance, actress Meghan Markle, married on May 19, 2018, in the Chapel of St. George at the Windsor Castle. Now it is known which wines the royal family and their guests enjoy.
“We have received information that Prince Harry and Meghan want our Croatian wines at the wedding. We are very honoured, and we will fulfil their wishes,” said Diana Spajic, the marketing manager of Ilocki Podrumi, a winery in eastern Croatia.
The guests will enjoy the 2015 Traminac wine. The 1947 Traminac was served at the royal coronation of Queen Elizabeth II 65 years ago. One bottle of that wine, according to experts, today costs around 55,000 kunas (7,440 euros).
“We have also sent wines for the wedding of Prince William and Duchess Kate, and the same wine was drunk by Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla during their visit to Croatia,” said Spajic.
Last updated on: 23 March 2019
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